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Page 8 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, November I I, 1987 Kids&apos; book South End Mom, son find, rienasnips through YA4( week comes May Valley'Maple Hills'Briarwood Roxaine Reynolds (255-5849) to L ibrary Liberty library reopens The Liberty High School Library is looking forward to its "grand re-opening." The library has been undergoing repairs since the middle of August. Metal trusses have been added to reinforce roof beams and blocks have been inserted at points along the trusses. Center lights have been bolted to metal rein- forcements. While the work has been underway, the li- brary staff has been confined to back rooms preparing new books for circulation, alpha- betizing and filing cards in the catalog. Complete clean- ing of the library, furnishings and movable shelves will be i Issaquah Library is cele- brating National Children's Book Week November 16-22 with contests and a special puppet performance. Children ages 5 to 12 can enter one of the contests by visiting the library and look- ing for clues located on bul- letin boards in the children's section. Prizes will be awarded at the puppet show on November 19.. The special puppet show features the Carter Family Puppet Theater in a presenta- tion of "How the Rhino Got his Skin" on Thursday, November 19 at 7 p.m. For more information, call 397-5430 or stop by the Li- brary located at 120 E. Sunset Way. Open Daily 9-9 Sunday 10-6 necessary when construction work is finished and every- thing returned to normal. Ik**** Liberty High School Chorale Groups are planning a "working retreat" the week- end of November 20-21 at Camp Glendawn. Ik**** The LaLeche League of Maple Valley will meet Tuesday, November 17 at the home of Rhoda Wegter. The topic will be "The Art of Breastfeeding and Overcoming Difficulties." For directions to the meeting or for information telephone Lori at 432-3779 or Sherry at 432- 4611. by Linda Thielke In Joyce Palermo's busy life, it is important to her to spend one-on-one time with each of her three children. With her daughters, it is easy to find activities they can en- joy together like horseback riding and ballet. It was a lit- tle harder to find something to do with her son Joey, 6 1/2. "I wasn't sure what the op- tions were out there for mothers and sons," said Palermo, "but I knew the YMCA had Indian princesses for dads and daughters, so I called and asked what they had for mothers and sons. They Child Find The Issaquah School Dis- trict conducts free testing (called Child Find) for preschoolers who may need special help in the areas of told me about the Eastlake Y Braves." For more than 60 years, YMCAs across the country have offered programs for fa- thers and daughters (prin- cesses) and fathers and sons (guides). The mother-son combo of braves has only been around for 15 years, and currently there is just one tribe on the Eastside that draws participants from Is- saquah to Bothell. The Maricopa Tribe has seven sets of mothers and sons. The boys range from kindergarten age to third grade. They meet twice a month for hour-long pro- hearing, vision, motor skills, language, beha,ior or general development." If there are concerns, par- ents may call Nancy Catlin at 392-0746 for lin appointment. grams featuring crafts, songs, stories and activities. Every mother is just as involved as her son. "We do exactly what the child does, one-on-one," says Candy Cairns-Peppier, chief of the tribe. "We don't just drop our kid off at a meeting. It makes for a real bonding in the relationship. The child sees you as a friend." That is exactly what Joyce Palermo liked about the pro- gram. "It's a wonderful time to- gether for Joey and me, even just alone in the car driving to a meeting at the Y in Bellevue," she says. "It gives us the space and quiet to open up to each other." Palermo says she has been very impressed by the quality of people organizing the pro- gram and by the quality of activities arranged for the braves. In addition to their Sale Effective Nov. 11-15, 1987 Wed. thru Sun. 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Refrigerator No-Frost R f gerator. 254 cu fl ;?rovmion for Optional ICFMAG- Capacity • Thru-t?e-door ice and IC t" Automcltic Ice Maker water dispenser Jet-Cold Tempera- • space-saving 28" Width • No- fingerprint Textured Steel Doors ture Controlled Meat Pan • Humidity Controlled Vegetable Crisper program Joey and Joyce Palermo enjoy their time together in the YMCA Indian Braves program. Palermo says Joey is really enjoying the tribal fun so far, and so is she. "I'm really maxed out on regular meetings, there are several special weekend activities like Issaquah's Salmon Days parade, a pumpkin racing derby and skating parties. commitments, so it's a lease for me to have quality time with him." She says it would be if she and Joey could to a tribe a little closer home, with boys that sees in schools or in neighborhood. YMCA cials would also like to the program expand. "We'd like the to be big enough so that tribes can be nei oriented," says pier. "We'd really like to nize a group out there in tll Issaquah area," says Joy tlefield, the Eastside director of children's grams. Anyone interested in ing any of the parent-child call Littlefield at Palermo says she is glad she made that call. "Why am I doing Well, I believe that you born into a family and a given, but a not a given. It's you have to work at," Palermo. "Joey and I will be a and a son for the rest of lives, but hopefully we'll I friends too." Sue's Moved! Sue Tietje, for- merly with Karen & CO., is now available for appointments at: "00'Hair Connection lill 1T)00PJAD00uoo6 Home Care Services • Nursing ' Medical Social Services ' Speech Therapy Quality Professional Care in the Comfort of Your Home. s Physical Therapy s Occupational Therapy * Home Health Aides .'-'"  7.+ -- 391-2800 (TTY" 453-2480) A non.profit corporation owned and operated by the Sisters o[ St. Joseph of Peace, Health and Hospital Services. EOE Lie. #917 1250 N.W. 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